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Friday, 18 June 2010 12:30

Alleged GF104 GPU pixellized

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Rectangular IHS

There has been a lot of talk recently regarding Nvidia's upcoming GF104 chip and it was just a matter of time before some pictures started to leak. The first one showed up at Zol forum, posted by one of the users and it shows the GF104 IHS in its full glory.

The chip has a GF104-30xxx-A1 model number and a sample tag as well so the actual and final GF104 could end up to be a bit different. It does look somewhat strange as it now uses a rectangular IHS and the brace, previously seen on other NV chips, is gone.

We already wrote about the GF104, and according to the info, the full GF104 will have a total of 384 SPs orginized in 16 clusters of 24 SPs and a 256-bit memory interface. Nvidia will also launch the 336SP GF104 version with a 192-bit memory interface.

Whether the picture is real is yet to be seen, and according to the info, things should be cleareer on July 12th when Nvidia should launch its GF104 based cards.

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